According to the mall’s statement, Dallas police concluded the threat against a NorthPark Center store on Saturday was “unfounded.”
Police were alerted to the North Dallas Mall around 10:30 a.m. after receiving an unconfirmed threat.
The nature of the threat has not been disclosed by authorities.
On line pictures depicted groups of individuals gathered outside the mall.
Additionally, NorthPark disclosed that its Nordstrom branch was closed in response to threats directed at various stores.
In a written statement, NorthPark acknowledged the threats made against various nearby Nordstrom stores.
As a precaution, Nordstrom NorthPark has been closed while the DPD investigates.
However, the mall continued to operate and, according to NorthPark, Dallas police confirmed the threat was “unfounded” shortly before 1 p.m.
Authorities also told The News that no threats have been discovered so far.
There was no quick response from Nordstrom on this. Security personnel at Galleria Dallas, which houses another Nordstrom branch, said they had not been made aware of any such threat.
It should be noted that last year the mall was gutted after an alleged shooting, which ultimately turned out to be a man creating a commotion by banging his skateboard on the food court floor.
This is a developing story that will be updated when more information becomes available.
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